I dare say that most, if not all, residents would view the procedure to notify an owner whenever his visitors arrive as an important step to prevent unauthorized people coming in to execute a crime or whatever.
The last 2-3 weeks were pretty bad with hardly anyone receiving a call and there seemed nothing the developer could do to get their outgoing sub-contractor to perform this task. I suppose there is a lot of truth in the saying that you can only take the cow to the water.
Let’s count the lapses from now on.
If you have an unannounced visitor, do please notify this blog via this post or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with some basic information like type of visitor (relative, contractor, supplier,others) number of persons who gave you a shock, date and time of occurrence and your house number. A list will be compiled each week and passed on to the security reps and GCD, forcing an account of these lapses. The information obtained can help trace the guard and supervisor on duty so the right heads get knocked, starting with GCD. Every purchaser has signed the Deed of Mutual Covenants wherein GCD is the security provider. The buck stops with GCD.
Perhaps a fine could be imposed on the guard company for every lapse that does not carry a justifiable reason. Hmmmmm.